Ex-POW Nurses Interviewed In Honolulu, 1945 (Color No Sound)
Ex-POW nurses from the Philippines get their hair done in Honolulu.
National Archives Identifier: 78607
Description from National Archives: "1) MS Red-headed nurse, wearing towel saying U.S.N., has hair combed in beauty parlor at Pearl Harbor. NOTE: This is one of the nurses liberated in the Philippines.
2) MS Hawaiian girl shampoos hair of Navy nurse.
3) CU Nurse as her hair is shampooed.
4) MS Nurse making up before mirror, shooting toward reflection in mirror.
5) CU Nurse looks in hand-mirror, smiles.
6) HS-CU Nurse puts on new shoes.
7) MS Nurses grouped for interview in lounge of Aiea Hospital, Hawaii.
8) MS Nurses inspect brassieres, panties, shirts etc. that they fashioned themselves while incarcerated."
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October 31, 2013
Pity There Is No Sound
Very interesting, but short, series of video clips of nurses after being returned to civilization from captivity during WWII in the Pacific. It's a pity that there is no sound to go with these clips - hearing what these brave women had to say about their experiences and their return to civilization would have been even more informative and interesting. Great though that it was done in color, and fairly good quality clips. I enjoyed watching the pieces, and wondered about their thoughts and feelings of being returned to the "real world" after their war experiences.